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The Truth April 10, 2014 at 11:17 am
Who staked this guy? I thought vampires lived forever...
the truth is a dope April 10, 2014 at 05:30 pm
show some class DOPE
The Truth April 10, 2014 at 06:53 pm
Still posting, still pissing you off and loving it! Have a nice day DOPE!
MRK November 8, 2013 at 12:38 am
MY DEAR AUNT SUE In my eyes you are to me the greatest person in this world, one of a kind and oneRead More in a million. You had the biggest heart with the most caring touch, which you shared with so many of us. Your soul is made of pure love. In my eyes, you will always be, the most beautiful person to walk the earth. The life lessons you taught me & the love we shared, I take it in with immense gratitude. The memories I will forever cherish, for they are priceless. On a high pedestal is where I hold you, for I will always admire you. Having you apart of my life is the greatest gift of all, when I was in your presence it was God's blessing to me. I love you with every inch of my being! Love You Always~ Monica
Stephanie Kligge July 21, 2013 at 06:59 am
Dot, Karen, and Stephanie, I wish to send my condolences, as well as prayers. Steve impacted myRead More life in various forms over the years from student, to Laymen Playmen, and later as a colleague who took time for a young educator. My memories of him will always serve as an inspiration, as well as a smile on my face. May God continue to stand by your side. Stephanie Kligge '96
Stephen E. Frederick. Courtesy Montgomery County Concert Band.
Ron Frick July 21, 2013 at 08:59 am
I had the privilege of serving as a drum major for the Marching Knights from 1977-1979. Not onlyRead More did Steve, or Fred as we all still call him, teach me music and leadership skills, he taught me life. His family still embraces me and my brother, sister and parents will be forever changed by his life and example. His body was wracked by cancer and finally gave up. His spirit will live forever in each life he touched.
Don Kalb July 21, 2013 at 09:52 am
I was lucky enough to be there when Fred started at North Penn I was a Marching Knight from 1972 toRead More 1974. I was also part of the jazz band that went to Romania in my senior year. It was an experience I will never forget and I owe it all to him. He taught a lot more than just music. 30 years after I left, he was still touching our lives as my daughter became a Marching Knight. If anyone asks me if there was one teacher who affected my life the most... My answer is Fred. RIP
Jeffrey Trent Kahler July 21, 2013 at 01:33 pm
God Bless you Maestro 'Fred' … your Brilliance with Music and People, your warm andRead More compassionate Leadership, your infinite devotion and selfless dedication to the thousands of lives, and always believing in me and countless others when they needed someone like you the most. Your Legacy will live on forever in our hearts and minds of the North Penn & Montgomery County, PA Community, in addition to the DCI Drum Corps International and Marching Band Nation. May you finally be at peace after a long, difficult battle. God Bless your Family and Close Friends. I will forever Cherish and be Grateful for the Everlasting, Positive Impact YOU have made in my Life. The Beat goes on infinity… Namaste’ Love & Light. O:’) your student, Jeffrey.
A mother of two. May 31, 2013 at 12:23 am
How terribly sad! A parents worst situation. Peace to her mom, dad, and brothers, and to herRead More extended family, friends and school district. A prayer tonight for the family's strength and perseverance. What a beautiful young woman.
Maureen June 6, 2013 at 05:22 pm
Let‘s stop pointing fingers at the families. I have children & I have taught them not toRead More lie, steal, etc. However, one of my children got caught stealing! It was divesting to me. Let’s come together as one loving community & help Julianne’s friends raise some money. Some of Julianne friends want to get some shirts& bracelets made &they selling purple hair extensions in Julianne Memory. Let’s make sure her friends have enough money to do this. Whatever is left can go to a scholarship in Julianne’s name Can someone reply to this post? Letting us know how to get the money to one of Julianne’s friends so this can happen.
Nancy Crutcher June 25, 2013 at 01:52 am
This is a very sad loss. I wonder what caused her death? I know that this is very painful to herRead More family and I hope they will find comfort knowing that many people love their daughter. May she rest in peace. -http://www.crosby-ngray.com/
cindy brindisi March 25, 2013 at 08:13 pm
Love you mommy:)
Jenn Keener March 25, 2013 at 08:55 pm
Love you Mom Lynn!! You are the best! Thank You for bringing Cindy in to my life! Thank You forRead More everything you always did for us! Miss you!
Jennifer Patterson March 25, 2013 at 10:10 pm
Prayers and hugs to you and your family Cindy. So very sorry for your loss.
Richard Strahm April 2, 2013 at 05:40 pm
I just got my hair cut at Molettiere's on Wednesday. That was the day that Felix usually took offRead More -- so I wasn't surprised that he wasn't there. I knew I'd see him the next time I came in. How sad to know that I was wrong. Molettiere's is one of those places that give Lansdale its small-town charm. Godspeed, Felix, on your final journey. Lansdale has lost a bit of its history.
Augustine Auch April 2, 2013 at 05:41 pm
Rest in peace, friend.
Mike Sobel April 3, 2013 at 03:45 pm
I went to the service today to say a final goodbye to Mr. Mollettiere and wish him all the best onRead More his way to be with God. The entire Mollettiere family have been long-time friends of the Sobel family. And yes Tony, I remember the pretzel box and grabbing one as a kid when my Dad took me there! Keep the Mollettiere's in your prayers Lansdale. We will all miss Felix.
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